Spring Sowing Proceeding Well
The spring field work is proceeding at a good pace, and the farmers will soon finish sowing, the Ministry of Agriculture announced on Sunday, according to profitline.hu.
Thanks to the mild winter and spring weather and the rainfall that has fallen in recent weeks, domestic farmers can expect a good average yield of fall-sown crops.
Based on the report of the National Chamber of Agrarian Economy, the sowing of spring barley, seed peas, oats, and sugar beet has already been completed; there are few sunflower seeds left to sow, while 97% of the planned area of corn and 93% of potatoes have already been planted.
Soybean sowing has also progressed significantly compared to the previous week and has already reached 90% completion, the ministry said.
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